Don't Worry if you Have Been Diagnosed as Low on Magnesium!
Magnesium is the 8th most copious mineral on earth, and the third most affluent in sea water. More importantly, it is the fourth most abundant mineral in the human body and it is necessary in over 300 reactions within the body.
Magnesium isn’t just plentiful in the body, but really important as well.
Proper magnesium ratios are essential for the body to properly use calcium in the cells. Even a small insufficiency can lead to a risky calcium imbalance and lead to problems like calcification and cell death. This evidences itself with symptoms like heart trouble, migraine headaches, muscle cramps and premenstrual cramping.
Sadly, the majority of modern farming processes tax the soil, depleting it of its natural magnesium. Apart from that, many hybrids are selectively bred to live on low levels of magnesium and most conventional fertilizers hold potassium, nitrogen, and phosphorus, and do nothing to refill magnesium levels.
Some drugs like hypertension medicine, diuretics, birth control pills, insulin, and certain antibiotics reduce magnesium levels. Sweating usually from exercise or other causes can also lessen magnesium.
Magnesium is essential for many functions within the body, but is particularly important for offering rigidity and flexibility to your bones, escalating bioavailability of calcium, regulating and stabilising blood pressure, promoting restful sleep and preventing and reversing kidney stone formation.
Well, if you are low on megnesium, then I must tell you that in today’s world over 80 percent of tested adults have low magnesium levels. Actually, blood tests are relatively unproductive in determining magnesium levels as less than 1 percent of magnesium is in the blood.
Low magnesium levels frequently diagnose by symptoms alone, and the following symptoms can point to low magnesium levels:
- Sensitivity to noise
- Mental disturbances
- Infertility or PMS
- Inability to sleep or insomnia
- Anxiety, depression or restlessness
- Muscle soreness or spasms
- High levels of stress
If you have over 1 of the above symptoms and particularly if you have more than 5, it is very likely that Magnesium supplements can help you.
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